Becoming a Notary Public in Florida?

Answer In the state of Florida, notaries are appointed by the governor's office. The minimum age requirement is 18, and the applicant must have established legal residency in Florida, such as by registeri... Read More »

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How to Become a Professional Notary Public in Florida?

A notary public has the authority to certify the validity of documents and signatures. The Florida Department of State, Notary Commission and Certifications Section, issues notary commissions to qu... Read More »

Who appoints a public notary to office in florida?

The Florida Governor's Office approves all notary appointments in the state, according to the governor's official website. Prospective notaries public must obtain a bond from a company that can ele... Read More »

Can a Florida notary public notarize a document for a family member?

Here is what it says on page 19: Prohibited Acts for NotariesFrom Chapter 117, Florida StatutesA notary public may not notarize a signature on a docume... Read More »

What do you need to become a notary public?

A notary public is a licensed public official who acts as an impartial witness ensuring documents are legally signed. Term limits and eligibility requirements vary from state to state. However, som... Read More »